Alone We Can Do So Little. Together We Can Do So Much
By Mirana Francoise Razafindramboa | Project Leader
Dear Halt Poverty Family,
Thank you for your generous contribution to contribute to achieving inclusive tourism for better livelihoods by providing solar lamps to Isalo rural community. October 26th of this year, GG disbursed $137.82 for the project #47236 “Solar Lamps for People Living in the Last Mile”. These funds:
Reach 5 end-users (the capacity of one product is 3,650 kwh/year the amount of potential clean energy generated over the time of a product (approx. 3 years).
Save families about 10,000MGA /month, households cost savings from shifts spending on fuel, candles (no operating cost = free sunlight)
Give children more hours for evening reading
Give back precious time for family to spend time together
Improve personal safety and security at nighttime
Reduce incidence of fires that result from kerosene lamps tipping over
Decrease CO2 emissions and less pollution exposure for end-users
Through your generosity through the years, together we have contributed to achieve inclusive tourism for better livelihoods of community members. We are joining efforts with the regional tourism board of Ihorombe to ensure basic human rights are met for our beneficiaries. Solar lanterns can positively affect a family's situation by using a high side light as desk lamps or during nocturnal camping within the national park. When you give the gift of clean energy you also give precious time for family to spend time together. You have left a wonderful legacy.
We are grateful for all you have done and pledge our best efforts in continuing this service. Please accept our warmest heartfelt thanks. To respected family donor, we are sending you good holiday wishes. Our deepest gratitude to you for choosing Halt Poverty community.
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